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Editor-in-Chief Robert Dozier 

Assistant Editor Glen Scott 

Business Manager Wayne Costa 

Advertising Manager . . . Kerry Hurley 

Literary Editor Nick Hersey 

Art Editor George Malonson 

Athletic Editor ........ Tony Longo 

Photography Editor . Norman Harrell 
Coordinator John Del Valle 



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Fall is— meeting old friends in the excitement 

of a new season together, 

the tempo hastened by the briskness of the air 

and the crunch of new fallen leaves beneath 

our feet-of broken shouts of laughter 

from people caught up in the spirit of competition. 

The mood is quick as water 

racing swiftly ahead of the coming cold. 




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The hush of new fallen snow 

invites everything to come inside. 

It creates a silent world 

for endless hours of study— 

thoughts turn inward for moments of 

quiet meditation. 

You listen plaintively 

to the melancholy notes of a guitar 

as you sit nestled in the warmth and glow 

of a crackling fire. 




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The spring rain washes the world clean 
and puts sparkles on the flowers in your back yard. 
And you have a new suit made out of pink blossoms 
for the school prom. Sitting on the grass 
with the sun warm on your shoulders 
you're thinking about the baseball game- 
anxious to feel the smoothness of the bat in your hand, 
hoping to barely make it home by sliding— smiling 
as the dirt and gravel scratch and brush at your skin- 
and you don't mind, it's spring. 





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Relieved that your last exam is over, 

you've cleaned out your locker 

saving that ragged note from your special friend. 

A little sadly you said good-by and best wishes 

to the graduates. Tomorrow, 

you'll head for the pool and spend the afternoon 

dreaming of all the things you want to do during 

the long and lazy summer that stretches out ahead. 



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MR. AND MRS. WRIGHT 10 

DEDICATION: MR. RAY THOMAS 11 

APPRECIATION: MR. CHARLES W. BAXTER 12 

SPECIAL TRIBUTE: MR. ROBERT R. KITCHING 13 

IN MEMORIAM: MRS. BELLE G. URIE 14 

TRUSTEES 15 

ADMINISTRATION / FACULTY / STAFF 16 

SENIORS 27 

UNDERCLASSMEN 46 

ACTIVITIES 50 

SPORTS 56 

ACADEMIC AWARDS 65 

ATHLETIC AWARDS 66 

SCHOOL DIRECTORY: 

FRESHMEN 67 

SOPHOMORES 68 

JUNIORS 69 

SENIORS 70 

PATRONS 71 

BRIEF GLANCES 72 

ADVERTISEMENTS 91 




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In the 42 years that Mr. Thomas has been a part of the Thompson Community, he has 
given something to our school which cannot be measured. He has given himself! 

His devotion and belief in this school can be felt by everyone. His responsibilities here 
at Thompson Academy are many: First and foremost is his position as Assistant Head- 
master. As Mr. Wright's advisor, he lends his wisdom and experience to the operation of the 
school. As Athletic Director, Mr. Thomas is the man who instituted varsity sports as a part 
of Thompson's program. When he first came to the island, there were only intramurals, and 
the fields that the players had to use weren't very satisfactory. 

Mr. Thomas is also the Industrial Arts Teacher. It was he who raised the funds to 
purchase the modern equipment that is in his classroom. Another of his jobs is acting as 
Head of Grounds. One can easily spot his love for Thompson Academy by the way he 
meticulously sees to it that every inch of ground on the island is taken care of properly— 
from supervising the raking of leaves in the fall to keeping the students off of the athletic 
fields when it is raining. 

Aside from having these many responsibilities, Mr. Thomas has also been married for 
thirty -five years and has seen his son through Thompson Academy. This is the kind of man 
to whom we dedicate our years at Thompson Academy. 



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If ever there was a "behind the scenes" man, it is Mr. Baxter. He spends his time 
quietly making business calls and buying the much needed supplies to keep Thompson 
Academy going. In addition to his being our purchasing agent, Mr. Baxter is also the head of 
buildings and the Administrative Assistant to the school. 

There must be something that he likes about the school because he has been here for 
18 years. 

It's good to have this man around. He is always there when you need him, and he is 
another one of a certain group of people who have helped to make Thompson Academy 
what it is today. For this, we would like to show our appreciation to you, Mr. Baxter. 



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The members of the Class of 1972 would like to set aside this Special Tribute in their 
yearbook to a very special man. Mr. Kitching has been to us, a perfect example of complete 
devotion— if such a thing can be put in common words. 

When he first came to Thompson's Island in 1928, Mr. Kitching was in charge of the 
poultry. For a long time his efforts provided the school with fresh eggs and meat. As the 
school changed and grew, the chicken farm was used mainly as a source of experience to the 
students of the Farm and Trade School— as the Academy was called then, Until 1963, when 
the school was changed over to a predominantly college preparatory establishment, Mr. 
Kitching had hatched up 2,000 chickens annually. 

In his earlier years, Mr. Kitching was a very athletic man. He was a good tennis player 
and he loved baseball the most. In fact, it would be quite wrong to say that he is not still 
quite athletic. Aside from being present at all of our home games, he is also an avid 
supporter of the Dartmouth Football Team. It is a rare day when he misses one of our home 
games. 

In February, 1971, he lost his home in the tragic fire that destroyed our Main Building. 
There have been many changes in the school since 1928, but, for Mr. Kitching, this last 
experience was probably the most drastic. 

Many people have come and gone at Thompson Academy during his years here, but we 
hope that Mr. Kitching will remember us ... as we all remember him . . . 



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When someone who has touched the hearts of people passes on, we feel a great sadness. 
Mrs. Urie had made many friends, some of whom have come and gone over the past 21 years 
here at Thompson Academy. Although she left behind her a daughter and a grandson, we 
can't help but feel that we've suffered a tremendous loss. Those of us who have worked with 
her have seen a remarkably energetic woman performing her duties without any complaints 
or frustrations. Even more fortunate are those whom she called friends. Mrs. Champagne, 
her close friend, must have been very proud to have known her. Mrs. Urie came to 
Thompson Academy in 1950. Along with Mrs. Champagne, she was the dining room 
supervisor for six years. In 1956 she became the laundry supervisor and had held that 
position since then. 

Mrs. Urie's absence will be felt for a long time to come at Thompson Academy. 



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CALVIN PAGE BARTLETT 
Chairman of the Corporation 



Ben Ames Williams, Jr. President 
George Lewis, Vice President and Assistant Secretary- 
Henry Lyman, Vice President 
Bayard Henry, Vice President 
Bartlett Harwood, Jr. Treasurer 
John B. Pierce, Jr. Secretary 
Eleanor C. Canavan, Assistant Treasurer 

John Q. Adams 

Thomas G. Brown, Jr. 

Walter M. Cabot 

Nathaniel T. Dexter 

Patrick Grant 

Hon. Henry M. Leen 

Philip H. Lord 

Dr. Arthur G. Miller 

Joshua L. Miner, III 

Hon. Joseph S. Mitchell, Jr. 

Edward V. Osberg '24 

Guido R. Per era 

John W. Sears 

Robert H. Stone '42 

Lawrence Terry 

Raymond Thomas '26 

Howland S. Warren 

David D. Wicks 

Moses Williams 



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MR. JOHN D.PINTO, JR. 

Director of Studies 

Head of Mathematics Department 




MR. DAVID D. TURA 
Director of Admissions and Development 
History- 
Supervisor in New Dormitory 



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MR. RAY THOMAS 
Assistant Headmaster 
Director of Athletics 
Industrial Arts Teacher 





MR. CHARLES W. BAXTER 
Administrative Assistant 
Head of Buildings 
Purchasing Agent 



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MR. GERALD H. JORDAN 
Vocational Courses 
Supervisor in B Dormitory 



MR. PAUL A. JOLICOEUR 
English 



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MR. DONALD S. MERRY 

Mathematics 

Head Varsity Soccer Coach 

Head Varsity Lacrosse Coach 




MR. ALLAN R. WILLIS 
Head of Science Department 
Cross Country Coach 
Coach in Basketball and Baseball 




MR. ROBERT A. MC CLUNG 

History 

Head Varsity Football Coach 

Supervisor in New Dormitory 




MR. WALTER R. HORAK 
English and Art 



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MR. DAVID L. RUMP 
Science 



MR. DAVID J. LOSK 
French and Spanish 





MR. WALTER WHITE 
Music 



MR. RALPH M. LINDSEY 
Medical Supervisor 
English 



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MRS. WILHELMINA B. THOMAS 
Secretary to Headmaster 



MRS. MILDRED H. BAXTER 
School Secretary 




MRS. DIANE M. MC CLUNG 
Librarian 




MRS. HILLERY B. TURA 
Librarian And 
HUNTER FORD TURA 
Born: February 9, 1972 



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MRS. ANNETTE M. ROBERGE 
Admissions Secretary 



MRS. DOROTHY M. DAIGLE 
Dining Room Supervisor 





MRS. BELLE G. URIE 
Laundry Supervisor 



MRS. PHYLLIS L. CHAMPAGNE 
Housekeeper 



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MR. BEN BROWN 
Maintenance 



MR. ALPHONSE GRINCAVICH 
Groundsman 




MR. JOHN W. HORAN 
Basketball Coach 
Baseball Coach 
Supervisor in B Dormitory 




MR. WILLIAM F. JAMES 
Fireman 



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MR. ROBERT R. KITCHING 
Maintenance 



MR. MARK CROWLEY 
Fireman 




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MR. VAL DAIGLE 
Chef 



MR. RENE J. ST. PIERRE 
Assistant Chef 



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MR. FRED N. CREED, JR. 
Boat Captain 



MR. ALAN BROWN 
Groundsman 




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MR. ROGER J. CONCANNON 
Boat Captain 
Supervisor in C. Dorm 
Assistant Football Coach 



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FRONT ROW: (left to right) K. Hurley, J. DelValle, A. Longo, J. Paglia, M. Coble, R. 
Dozier. SECOND ROW: (left to right) C. Hunt, G. Malonson, D. Carter, P. Layne, G. Lee. 
THIRD ROW: (left to right) J. Ireland, J. Parker, G. Voner, S. Hardy, R. Colon, P. Thomas. 



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SITTING (left to right) J. Paglia, Representative; A. Longo, 
Vice-President; M. Coble, Secretary; STANDING: (left to 
right) C. Hunt , Sergeant of Arms; D. Carter, Sergeant of Arms; 
K. Hurley, President; R. Dozier, Representative; J. DelValle, 
Treasurer. 



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1968-69 Varsity Cross Country, J. V. Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse, Class Treasurer. 

1969-70 Varsity Cross Country, J. V. Football, Varsity Lacrosse, Class Secretary, J. V. Best 
Defensive Back Award. 

1970-71 Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse, School Paper 

1971-72 Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse, Drama, Photography, Sargent of Arms. 

OCCUPATION: Undecided LIKES: Reading, Music, Sports, Drama, People DISLIKES: 

None FAVORITE SUBJECTS: English, PET PEEVES: None 



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1971—72 Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Class Secretary, Student 

Council, Chess Club, Whist Club, Art Club, Photography Club, Music Club, Honor 
Roll. 

Occupation: Lawyer Likes: Girls, Chess, Sports, Sleeping, Marilyn, Mail Dislikes: 

People who tell me what to do Favorite Subjects: Mathematics, English, History, French, 

Algebra Pet Peeves: Getting up for breakfast. 



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OCCUPATION: Unknown LIKES: Basketball, Lacrosse, Soccer, Watching Hockey 
DISLIKES: None FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Mathematics, English PET PEEVES: None 



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Newspaper Staff, Honor Roll, Mathematics 9 Award 
1969—70 J. V. Football Captain, J. V. Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse, Class President, Student 

Council, Honor Roll, English Award, Spanish Award, J. V. Basketball Most 

Improved Player Award 
1970—71 Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, J. V. Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse, Assistant 

Store Manager, Newspaper Staff Sports Editor, Proctor, Honor Roll, J. V. Most 

Valuable Trophy, Lacrosse Best Defensive Player 
1971—72 Varsity Football Captain, Varsity Basketball Captain, Varsity Lacrosse Captain, 

Yearbook Staff, Sea Hawk Club, Class Treasurer, Student Council, Store Manager, 

Photography Club, Chess Club, Captain's Club, Honor Roll 

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1971-72 Varsity Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse, Student Council, Yearbook Staff Editor- 
in-Chief, Chess Club, Whist Club, Art Club, Music Club 

OCCUPATION: Lawyer LIKES: Co -Co, Sports, Reading, Chess DISLIKES: 

Jocks, Grown-up kids FAVORITE SUBJECTS: English, History, Science PET PEEVES: 

Getting up for breakfast. 



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1971-72 Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Baseball, Weightlifting Club. 

OCCUPATION: Telephone Company LIKES: Motorcycles, Mary, Football, Hunting, 

Fishing DISLIKES: Eggs, German Shepherds, Pushers FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Wood- 

working, Science PET PEEVES: Hey Moose, Mary's Coming Home. 



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Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Art Award, Art Club, Class Secretary, Weight- 
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Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Lacrosse, Art Club, Whist Club, Chess 
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CX:CUPATION: Jack of AU Trades LIKES: Rhythm, Blues, Milk, Sleep, Young Ladies, 

Nickel Bag of Candy, Dry Jokes DISLIKES: Soggy Jello, Cold Showers FAVORITE 
SUBJECTS: Algebra, Physical Chemistry, Ancient History PET PEEVES: Wearing Ties, 

Coming Back Sundays, Getting Letters From My Girlfriend Addressed "Occupants" 



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Varsity Soccer, Class Representative. 
1971-72 Varsity Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse, Varsity Soccer, Captain, Soccer. 

OCCUPATION: Undecided LIKES: Travel, Paula, Music, Weekends DISLIKES: 8:30 

Boat, Barnstable on Sunday Nights FAVORITE SUBJECTS: English, Art PET 

PEEVES: Authority, Lack of Time. 



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1971-72 Varsity Hockey, Varsity Baseball 

OCCUPATION: Cattle Ranching LIKES: Hunting, Fishing, Scuba Diving, Horseback Riding, 

Photography, Fast Cars, Fast Women DISLIKES: When My Roommate Puts My Head on the 
Floor, The City, Feeling Alone FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Mathematics, Chemistry 



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1968-69 J. V. Football, Varsity Lacrosse 

1969-70 J. V. Football, Varsity Lacrosse 

1970-71 Student Council Secretary 

197 1 -72 Mailman, Music Club 

OCCUPATION: Teacher LIKES: Music, Sports, Girls, Reading DISLIKES: None 

FAVORITE SUBJECTS: English, Physical Chemistry PET PEEVES: None 



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J. V. Football Co— Captain, Best Defensive Lineman, Intermural Basketball, 

Weightlifting, Drama, School Paper, Intermural Basketball 

Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse, Drama, Weightlifting, Proctor, Music, Whist 

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CX:CUPATION: Undecided LIKES: Music, Me, Girls, Reading. Parties, Hendrix, Drama 

DISLIKES: Ties, Breakfast FAVORITE SUBJECT: English. 



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1969-70 J. V. Football, J. V. Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Student Council 

1970-71 Varsity Football, J. V. Basketball Captain, Varsity Baseball, Class Vice-President,- 

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1971—72 Varsity Football Captain, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Class Vice-Pres- 
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OCCUPATION: Teacher LIKES: Girls, Sports, Spaghetti and Meatballs, Mail, Phone Calls 

DISLIKES: Short Hair FAVORITE SUBJECTS: History and English PET PEEVES: 

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OCCUPATION: Teacher LIKES: Color, Someone Else's Children, My Frog, Three Stooges 

DISLIKES: Spinach, Sunday Nights, Breakfast, Organized Religion, Room 5 New Dorm 
FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Biology, Art, English PET PEEVES: Phonies, Moochers. 



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1969-70 J. V. FootbaU, Varsity Hockey, J. V. BasebaU 
1970—71 Varsity Hockey, Varsity Baseball 

1971—72 Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Lacrosse, Seahawk Club, Proctor, 
Student Council 

OCCUPATION: Criminology LIKES: Bow St., Sports, Girls, Money, Tom, Laughing Hank, 
Jokes DISLIKES: Winter, Rain, Stale Chips, Sour Milk, FAVORITE SUBJECTS: 
Cafeteria, Open Periods PET PEEVES: Tieing My Shoes, Sunday Nights. 



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1970-71 Varsity Football, Weightlifting Club 

1971-72 Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, Weightlifting Club 

OCCUPATION: Professional Football LIKES: Nancy, Football, Weightlifting, Mountain 
Qimbing, Body Building, Eating DISLIKES: Science, History, Woodworking PET 

PEEVES: Hippies, Drugs, Homework, "Big Bob's Gym", "I'm Hungry" "Hey, Monchauo" 



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1971—72 Varsity Lacrosse 

OCCUPATION: Teacher LIKES: Girls, Horseback Riding, Swimming, Lacrosse, Tennis 

DISLIKES: BasebaU, Science Pizza FAVORITE SUBJECTS: Art, English, Creative 
Writing PET PEEVES: None 



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1970-71 Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Debating Club, School Newspaper Staff, Runner 

Up "Time" Contest 

1971-72 Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey 

OCCUPATION: Undecided LIKES: Girls, Reading, Sports, Music, Writing, Intellectual 

Conversations, Traveling, Parties DISLIKES: Wearing Ties FAVORITE SUBJECTS: 

English, History PET PEEVES: None 



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FRONT ROW: (left to right) W. DeVico, D. Smith, U. Harrell, M. Stevens, A. Moritz, P. 
Scott, W. Costa, L. Floyd. SECOND ROW: (left to right) D. Broderick, C. Larsen, C. Smith, 
E. Rogers, G. Scott, F. Carengelo. THIRD ROW: (left to right) D. Barry, K. Williamson, M. 
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FRONT ROW: D. Smith, Sergeant at Arms; U. Harrell, 
Secretary. SECOND ROW: (left to right) X.G. Scott, Sergeant 
at Arms; P. Scott, Treasurer, M. Munn, Vice President; C. B. 
Smith, Representative; K. Williamson, Representative; M. A. 
Rose, President. 



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SEATED: M. Smith FRONT ROW: (left to right) J. Gallagher, R. Frechette, E. DiMascio, 
A. Willis, P. Seaman, R. Bandera, J. Moser, D. Bateman, D. Quinn. SECOND ROW: (left to 
right) H. Adams, W. Reynolds, D. Schaufus, A. Duarte, C. Griswold, R. Clavery, D. Healey, 
D. Riley, E. Ross. THIRD ROW: (left to right) R. Norton, J. Quinn, K. Shea, R. Casey, J. 
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FRONT ROW: (left to right) A. Willis, President; J. 
Gallagher, Vice-President; P. Seaman, Treasurer; SECOND 
ROW: (left to right) J. Wolusky, Secretary; R. Casey, Repre- 
sentative; K. Shea, Representative; K. Winn, Sergeant at Arms. 



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SEATED: (left to right) T. Pratt, D. Marr, D. Rose, T. McClure, A. Howard, B. Berry. 
SECOND ROW: (left to right) S. Scott, D. McCarthy, R. Danforth, M. Prout. THIRD ROW: 
(left to right) B. Feeney, W. Gerrish, R. Randall. 



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KNEELING: (left to right) D. Marr, Secretary; D. Rose, 
Treasurer; A. Howard, President. STANDING: (left to right) 
S. Scott, Representative; D. McCarthy, Vice President; T. 
Pratt, Representative. 



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FRONT ROW: (left to right) E. Ross, W. Costa, J. Moser. 
SECOND ROW: (left to right) P. Thomas, W. Gerrish, D. Rose, T. 
McClure. THIRD ROW: (left to right) G. Malonson, K. 
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FRONT ROW: (left to right) J. Moser, D. Rose, P. Seaman, C. 
Hunt, W. Costa, R. Dozier, M. Coble, G. Scott, D. Marr, D. Quinn, 
R. Clavery. SECOND ROW: (left to right) R. Bandera, D. Smith, 
K. Hurley, G. Voner, J. DelValle, C. Smith, P. Scott, K. 
Williamson, M. Munn, K. Winn, A. Duarte, C. Larson. THIRD 
ROW: (left to right) S. Scott, G. Malonson, C. Griswold, A. Willis. 

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FRONT ROW: (left to right) D. Marr, C. Larson, A. Duarte, A. 
Willis, D. Rose, J. Parker, S. Hardy, G. Scott, J. Moser, Mr. 
McClung. SECOND ROW: (left to right) S. Scott, Mr. Merry, D. 
Smith, C. Hunt, G. Voner, C. Smith, K. Williamson. P. Scott, A. 
Howard. THIRD ROW: (left to right) K. Shea, E. Ross. 



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FRONT ROW: (left to right) D. Rose, G. Malonson, C. Hunt, G. 
Voner, R. Dozier, M. Coble, G. Scott, D. Marr. SECOND ROW: 
(left to right) M. Munn, J. Moser, W. Costa, J. DelValle, C. Smith, 
P. Scott, K. Williamson, C. Larson, K. Winn, D. Smith, D. Quinn. 
THIRD ROW: (left to right) R. Bandera, J. Seaman, S. Scott, C. 
Griswold, A. Willis. 



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ING: (left to right) K. Shea, Mr. Horak, W. Gerrish, R. Dozier, G. 
Malonson, R. Danforth, R. Norton, P. Seaman. 



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Rose, C. Smith, G. Scott, G. Voner. SECOND ROW: (left to right) 
K. Williamson, J. Ireland, J. DalValle, R. Dozier, M. Munn, P. 
Scott, M. Coble. THIRD ROW: G. Malonson. 



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FRONT ROW: (left to right) R. Bandera, R. Clavery, C. Griswold, 
W. Costa, G. Scott, D. Rose, K. Shea, D. Quinn, J. Quinn. 
SECOND ROW: (left to right) K. Williamson, M. Munn, C. Smith, 
A. Willis, D. Smith, C. Larson, J. DelValle, P. Scott, R. Dozier, D. 
Marr, E. Ross, J. Parker, S. Hardy. THIRD ROW: (left to right) M. 
Coble, G. Malonson, S. Scott, J. Seaman, C. Hunt. 



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SEATED: J. Paglia KNEELING: (left to right) K. Hurley, A. Longo, J. DelValle, F. Carengelo 
STANDING: (left to right) M. Coble, C. Hunt, C. Smith, K. Williamson, G. Scott. 



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FRONT ROW: (left to right) Coach McClung, J. Parker, S. Hardy, D. Carter, J. DelValle, T. Longo, 
J. Paglia, G. Lee, M. Coble. SECOND ROW: (left to right) C. Hunt, P. Scott, M. Munn, G. Scott; C. 
Smith, K. Williamson, G. Voner, Assistant Coach Concannon. THIRD ROW: (left to right) Manager 
Schaufus, H. Adams, A. Willis, P. Seaman, R. Casey, S. Scott, D. Barry, D. Marr, Assistant Manager 
Howard. 

The Sea Hawks of 1971 brought pride and spirit back to the gridiron of Thompson Academy. 
The success of this team is not truly measured by their 3 win 4 loss record. Their taste for victory 
had been smothered by the loss of every game last season. They had to put a lot of things together 
this year and make them work. They did just that. The team rolled over Blue Hills 26-6 at 
Homecoming, piling up 307 yards rushing and passing. In the Exeter game the Hawks rolled up 
387 yeards rushing and passing for a 48 to 6 victory. Then came the Hyde game, the most exciting 
and also the most heartbreaking game of the season. The Hawks poured their hearts and souls into 
this one. They gave everything they had and more. With one touchdown called back and the loss of 
another in the end zone, the Hawks made 322 yards rushing to Hyde's 290 yards, but the game 
went to Hyde in the closing minutes of the contest— 26— 21. In the following game with Lawrence, 
the Hawks were plagued with penalties preventing them from scoring on two occasions and for the 
first time failed to score— 0—14 loss. Marionapolis came next and the Hawks went wild, rushing for 
a phenominal 431 yards in a 56 to 6 romp. The last two games were rough ones. Against Tyngsboro, 
the Hawks suffered several strategic injuries in addition to stakes and penalties, again preventing 
them from scoring. At Winchendon, it was the lack of bench strength and injuries that took a great 
toll. The team came back strong in the second half, but time had run out for the Hawks and the 
game ended 32-7. 



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FRONT ROW: (left to right) A. Moritz, W. Gerrish, T. Pratt, R. Colon, R. Frechette, D. Rose. 
SECOND ROW: (left to right) R. Norton, D. Smith, K. Hurley, F. Carangelo, D. Bateman, T. Duarte . 
THIRD ROW: (left to right) Coach Merry, J. GaUagher, U. Harrell, R. Clavery, K. Shea, D. Riley, 
M. Stevens, E. Ross, Manager. 

This year's Seahawk Soccer team had an incredible season. Under the superb coaching of Mr. 
Donald Merry, the team's record was 7 wins, 2 losses, and 2 ties. 

Some of the outstanding players were Derek Smith, who was the highest scorer and won the 
award for "The Most Valuable Soccer Player." Kerry Hurley, the team's goalie, gave a performance 
of fantastic speed and agility which won him the award of "Best Defensive Soccer Player." 
Ferdinand Carengelo, who was not too far behind Derek Smith in the scoring department, was 
awarded "Most Improved Player". 

The forward line of the team consisted of Derek Smith, John Gallagher, Ulysses Harrell, 
Nickolay Hersey, and Ferdinand Carengelo. These were the players that helped to keep the team on 
the offensive. 

The half-backs were Albert Moritz, Mark Stevens, and Ruben Colon. These three players 
contributed greatly on both offensive and defensive playing. 

The full-backs of the team were Kevin Shea, Robert Freschette, and our goalie, Kerry Hurley. 
These players helped to keep us out on top of the scoreboard with unbelieveable defensive work. 

Although we were much smaller than most of our opponents, we had enough speed and desire 
to win— and our record proves this. 

Leaving us this year are two Seniors: Kerry Hurley and Ruben Colon. We will miss these two 
players greatly. 

We always had constant support from our bench— even when we were losing, or down a point 
or two. 

We here at Thompson Academy believe that next year's Soccer Team will be just as good, or 
even better than this year's— mainly because so many of the Lettermen are returning next year. 



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FRONT ROW: (left to right) W. Reynolds, L. Floyd, C. Smith, J. DelValle, M. Stevens, T. Longo. 
SECOND ROW: (left to right) M. Munn, G. Scott, M. Coble, R. Dozier, M. Williams, E. Ross. 

This year, varsity went through a building process. Only four seniors were on the 13 man 
squad. With the playing time and experience gained by the underclassmen, Thompson will be 
"Tourney Bound" next season with the help of a big man, highlight of the season, Louie Floyd, 
scoring a basket at the buzzer to beat P.C.D. 55-53. 

The two strong showings against a much bigger St. Andrew's Team: Chuckle Smith scoring 28 
points in a winning cause against Roxbury Latin and then 36 points in a losing cause against St. 
Andrew's. 

This year's starting team featured Co-Captains Chuckle Smith and John DelValle. Center, 
Marvin Coble, and guards Louie Floyd and Bill Reynolds. The next three were considered starters 
too and contributed greatly to the team's success: Glenn Scott, Bob Dozier, and Mark Stevens. 

The team couldn't have done without the following members also: Jim Seaman, Paul Seaman, 
Tony Longo, Mark Williams, and Mike Munn. 



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THOMPSON ACADEMY 57 

ST. ANDREW'S 54 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 87 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 89 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 80 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 80 

WORCESTER (D) 72 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 98 

HUNTINGTON PREP 84 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 73 

MOSES BROWN 69 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 55 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 66 

ST. ANDREW'S 66 

TABOR • 83 



BELMONT HILL 51 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 51 

GATE OF HEAVEN 49 

CHAMBRIDGE SCHOOL 59 

CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL 41 

MARIANOPOLIS 48 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 45 

BLUE HILLS 47 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 62 

CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL 47 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 61 

PROVIDENCE COUNTRY DAY 53 

ROXBURY LATIN 59 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 62 

THOMPSON ACADEMY 45 



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FIRST ROW: (left to right) M. Munn, M. Smith, F. Carengelo, M. Rose, P. Scott. SECOND ROW: 
(left to right) S. Scott, A. Willis, R. Bostic, M. Prout, T. Pratt. THIRD ROW: (left to right) W. 
Gerrish, C. Reed, D. McCarthy, D. Smith, A. Howard, R. Clavery. 



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FRONT ROW: (left to right) D. Bateman, C. Hunt, K. Hurley, E. Rogers, K. Williamson, R. Casey, 
J. Paglia. SECOND ROW: (left to right) D. Rose, R. Daggett, R. Bandera, G. Voner, T. McClure, E. 
Dimascio, C. Larson, T. Duarte. THIRD ROW: (left to right) Coach Wright, A. Moritz, D. Riley, D. 
Marr, C. Griswold, H. Adams, D. Healey, J. Quinn. 

This year hockey was besiedged by many problems. Aside from having only four seniors on the 
team, the group lacked the general experience that was badly needed. Being a young team, they did 
not have the cohesion of a veteran team. 

Although the season wasn't particularly good, the team held its own. It must be admitted that 
this year was the beginning of a better team. If most of the players return for the next season, 
Thompson Academy may well be on the road to the building of a very powerful squad. 
Opponents — WATCH OUT! ! ! ! 



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Auto Mechanics 

Math 9 

Business Math 

Algebra I 

Algebra II 

Geometry 

Math 54 

Civics 

U. S. History 

Modern European History 

World History 

Spanish 

French 

English 1 

English 2 

English 3 

English 4 

English 5 

English 6 

English 7 

English 8 

Freshman Science 

Biology 

Oceanography 

Chemistry 

Electronics 

Advanced Biology 

Cooking 

Industrial Arts 



Peter Grimes 

Richard Randall 

Peter Grimes 

Stephen Scott 

Arnold Willis 

Hiram Thompson 

Mark Stevens 

Timothy Pratt 

Robert Dozier 

David Carter 

Daniel Riley 

Mark Stevens 

Derek Smith 

Wayne Gerrish 

Stephen Scott 

Peter Grimes 

WiUiam Reynolds 

Paul Thomas 

Mark Stevens 

Nikolay Hersey 

David Carter 

Robert Daggett 

Arnold Willis 

Keith Williamson / Charles Hunt 

James Olson 

Erroll Ross 

Phillip Scott 

Michael Rose / Brian Feeney / Erroll Ross / Paul Thomas 

Eugene Dimascio 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL 

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER CHARLES SMITH 

BEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER JOHN PARKER 

BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER STEPHEN HARDY 

VARSITY SOCCER, 

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER DEREK SMITH 

BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER KERRY HURLEY 

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER FERDINAND CARENGELO 

VARSITY BASKETBALL 

BEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER CHARLES SMITH 

BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER JOHN DEL VALLE 

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER GLEN SCOTT 

JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER MICHAEL MUNN 

BEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER MARK SMITH 

BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER MICHAEL ROSE 

VARSITY HOCKEY 

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER KEITH WILLIAMSON 

BEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER EDWARD ROGERS 

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER DOUGLAS MARR 



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Collins, Charles 
Cooke, Joseph 
Daggett, Robert 
Danforth, Ronald 
Feeney, Brian 
Fowler, Edward 
Gerrish, Wayne 
Grimes, Peter 
Gurney, Gordon 
Hayes, Kevin 
Healey, Damian 
Howard, Anthony 

Marr, Douglas 
McCarthy, Donald 
McClure, Thomas 
O'Haire, Hugh 
Pratt, Timothy 
Prout, Michael 
Randall, Richard 
Reed, Jr., Calvin 

Rose, David 
Rue, Brandon 
Scott, Stephen 
Sullivan, Edward 
Thureson, 111, Nils 



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Mass. 02135 

4 Pierce Drive, Pembroke, Mass. 02359 

83 Clarkson Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02125 

78 Bloomfield Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02124 

19 Lithgow Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02124 

1 Ross Place, South Boston, Mass. 02127 

9 Twomey Court, South Boston, Mass. 02127 
128 Bay Street, c/o J. Mahoney, Hull, Mass. 02045 
40 Ripley Road, Cohasset, Mass. 02025 

58 Chase Road, Portsmouth, R. 1. 02871 
24 Marlboro Road, Woburn, Mass. 01801 
23 Gavin Way, South Boston, Mass. 02127 
4 East Brookline Street, Apt. 18, Boston, Mass. 
02118 

10 Emerson Place, Apt. 6H, Boston, Mass. 02114 
617 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Mass. 02118 

321 Dorchester Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 

189 West Fifth Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 

1302 Commonwealth Avenue, Allston, Mass. 02134 

130 Ferry Lane, Barrington, R. I. 02806 

80 Lawn Avenue, Quincy, Mass. 02169 

Cheshire County Turnpike Road, Drewsville, 

N. H. 03604 

87 Cottage Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02125 

101 Monticello Avenue, Dorchester, Mass. 02125 

32 O'Bierne Place, Roxbury, Mass. 02119 

117 Richmond Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02124 

27 Spring Garden Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02125 



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Bandera, Robert 
Barboza, Jr., Stanley- 
Barn well, Frank 

Bateman, David 
Burke, John 
Casey, Bryan 
Casey, Robert 
Qavery, Roderick 
Clay tor, Archie 
Dahlbeck, Joseph 
Dawson, Robert 
DiMaggio, Joseph 
DiMascio, Eugene 
Doherty, John 
Duarte, Jr., Antonio 
Frechette, Robert 
Galipeau, Mark 
Gallagher, John 
Griswold, Charles 
Hofstra, Mark 
Moser, James 
Norton, Robert 
Quinn, Daniel 
Quinn, Joseph 
Reynolds, WUliam 
Riley, Daniel 
Ross, Erroll 
Sandler, Merrill 
Schaufus, David 
Seaman, Paul 
Shea, Kevin 
Smith, Mark 
Tucci, Mark 
Willis, Arnold 
Winn, Kevin 
Wolusky, John 



1170 Tremont Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02120 
8 Fernald Terrace, Dorchester, Mass. 02125 
60 Archdale Road, Roslindale, Mass. 02131 
274 Hooker Avenue, No. H4, Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. 12603 
16 Hutchinson Road, Arlington, Mass. 02174 

46 Eden Avenue, West Newton, Mass. 02165 
86 M Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 

86 M Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 
445 Macon Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11233 
97 Ruthven Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02121 
35 B Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 

47 Jones Street, Hingham, Mass. 02043 

561 East Sixth Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 
97 Dakota Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02124 
31 Wave Way Avenue, Winthrop, Mass. 02152 
63 Dewey Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02125 
1198 Stratford Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 06607 
189 Bates Street, New Bedford, Mass. 02745 
89 Parker Street, Chelsea, Mass. 02150 

22 Rutland Street, Boston, Mass. 02118 
171 Main Street, Medway, Mass. 02053 

116 Woodstock Street, Somerville, Mass. 02144 

180 Tremont Street, Duxbury, Mass. 02332 

437 Old Colony Avenue, South Boston, Mass. 02127 

1 King Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02122 

58 Tonawanda Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02124 

18 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 02130 

54 Copeland Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02119 

37 Ocean Street, Lynn, Mass. 01902 

3557 Washington Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 02130 

35 Cowie Street, Newport, R. 1. 02840 

23 Mayflower Lane, Duxbury, Mass. 02332 

25 Monsignor Reynolds Way, Boston, Mass. 02118 
Mt. Tabor P. O. Box, Danby, Vt. 05739 
434 Mt. Pleasant Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15214 
4 G Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 
420 Pond Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 02130 



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Bostic, Robert 
Broderick, Dennis 
Carangelo, Jr., Ferdinand 
Costa, Wayne 
DeVico, Jr., William 
Floyd, Lewis 
Harrell, Ulysses 
Hersey, Nikolay 
Larson, Carl 
Moritz, Albert 
Munn, Michael 
Olson, James 
Rogers, Edward 
Rose, Michael 
Scott, Glen 
Scott, Phillip 
Seaman, Jr., James 
Smith, Jr., Charles 
Smith, Derek 
Stevens, Mark 
Thompson, Hiram 

WilKams, Mark 
Williamson, Keith 



13 Mary vale Road, Burlington, Mass. 01803 
34-35 12th Street, Long Island City, N. Y. 11101 
15 Maple Street, Lexington, Mass. 02173 

382 North Street, Boston, Mass. 02113 

42 Rounds Street, New Bedford, Mass. 02740 

114 Prince Street, Boston, Mass. 02113 

380 Mt. Vernon Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02125 

474 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. 08609 

160 Forest Street, Melrose, Mass. 02176 

49 Grove Road, Natick, Mass. 01760 

14 Memorial Drive, Woonsocket, R. I. 02895 
41 Walnut Park, Roxbury, Mass. 02119 

71 Faneuil Street, Apt. 213, Brighton, Mass. 02135 

1326 Columbia Road, South Boston, Mass. 02127 

87 West Cottage Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02125 

92 Seventh Avenue, Apt. 9H, Newark, N. J. 07104 

32 O'Bierne Place, Roxbury, Mass. 02119 

35 Cowie Street, Newport, R. I. 02840 

25 Monsignor Reynolds Way, Boston, Mass. 02118 

428 Washington Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02124 

60 Burrill Avenue, Lynn, Mass. 01902 

20 Ames Street, Apt. 440, Dorchester, Mass. 

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107 Harvard Street, Medford, Mass. 02155 



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Coble, Marvin 
Colon, Ruben 
Del Valle, John 
Dozier, Robert 
Hardy, Stephen 
Hunt, Charles 
Hurley, Kerry 
Ireland, John 
Layne, PhiHp 
Lee, Gregory 
Longo, Anthony 
Malonson, George 
Paglia, Joseph 
Parker, IV, John 
Thomas, Paul 
Voner, Gregory 



19 Sonoma Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02121 

733 Parker Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02120 

155 Coe Road, Brockton, Mass. 02402 

130 Columbia Street, New York, N. Y. 10002 

764 Morton Street, Mattapan, Mass. 02126 

290 East Street, Duxbury, Mass. 02332 

622 Forest Avenue, Westfield, N. J. 07090 

21 Brookshire Road, Hyannis, Mass. 02601 

Still River Road, Harvard, Mass. 01451 

149 Chilton Street, Cambridge, Mass. 02138 

111 Monticello Avenue, Dorchester, Mass. 02125 

110 Anawan Avenue, West Roxbury, Mass. 02132 

10 Hale Street, Hyde Park, Mass. 02136 

52 Exchange Avenue, Medford, Mass. 02155 

93 Washington Street, Duxbury, Mass. 02332 

148 Spring Street, Cambridge, Mass. 02141 

10 High Haigh Road, Arlington, Mass. 02174 



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MR. DONALD E. ADAMS 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH W. BATEMAN 

MRS. SHEBA BARBOZA 

MR. CALVIN PAGE BARTLETT 

MR. AND MRS. CHARLES W. BAXTER 

BIG BROTHERS ASSOCIATION OF BOSTON 

MR. AND MRS. JAMES W. BRODERICK 

MR. WALTER M. CABOT 

MR. AND MRS. F. A. CARANGELO 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH V. COSTA 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM DE VICO 

MR. AND MRS. CORNELIUS DOHERTY 

MR. PATRICK GRANT 

MR. AND MRS. NORMAN L. HARDY 

MR. AND MRS. THOMAS HAYES 

MRS. JOYCE HOFSTRA 

JACKSON CHAIRS, INC. 

F. H. JOHNSON & CO. 

HON. HENRY M. LEEN 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH R. LONGO 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH MAHONEY 

DR. ARTHUR G. MILLER 

MRS. THELMA E. MUNN 

MR. AND MRS. THOMAS MC CLURE 

SAMUEL NARCUS, INC. 

MRS. SARA H. NICHOLS 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT P. NORTON 

MR. EDWARD V. OSBERG 

MR. JOHN B. PIERCE, JR. 

MR. AND MRS. RICHARD D. RANDALL 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM B. REYNOLDS 

MRS. A. ELEANOR RILEY 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM M. ROGERS 

MR. AND MRS. EDWARD SULLIVAN 

MR. TARBAS 

MR. LAWRENCE TERRY 

MR. AND MRS. RAY THOMAS 

MR. HOWLAND S. WARREN 

MISS SANDRA ARMSTRONG 

MRS. EVA COX 

MR. AND MRS. EGBERT CRAGWELL 

MR. JOSHUA CRAGWELL 

MRS. BEATRICE GOODRIDGE 

MRS. GWENETH GREENE 

MR. AND MRS. DONALD GREENIDGE 

MRS. ASANALL LASHLEY 

MRS. MILDRED G. LAYNE 

MR. AND MRS. CALVIN WHITE 



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